Dear reader, we feel your aggravation,
Having been there, done that, we understand very few things are more difficult than learning you must change the entire way you eat!
Removing gluten from your everyday eating can seem so difficult because gluten is in so many of your favorite foods; even those you can’t believe have gluten in them!
Bread… Pasta… Breakfast Cereal… Baked Goods… Soups… Sauces… Seasoning Packets… Gravy… Salad Dressing… Ice Cream… Hard Candy… Shampoo… and even Make Up!
Looking at the list above, no wonder you’re confused!
If you’ve been told you need to seriously consider eating gluten free, chances are you’re in a well-deserved funk.
Living gluten free can be miserable, limiting, depressing, boring, tasteless and seriously time-consuming. ALL of us, who now live gluten free, have felt this way at one time or another.
Well, it’s simple really. Any problem or issue you’ve found going gluten free can be solved with these four simple steps:
I’ve used these four simple steps to develop strategies and systems allowing our gluten free household to operate like clockwork.
You know why? When you have strategies and systems in place, you can embrace gluten free living. Because at that point, the only part of being gluten free that you notice is how great you feel and how delicious your food is.
Don’t believe us? We understand your doubt and hesitation, but…
Back then, not much was known about celiac disease and John’s doctors advice boiled down to, “Try not to eat wheat.”
Long story short, John found it nearly impossible to avoid gluten when eating. It was fairly easy to avoid the big three – bread, pizza, pasta – and he felt enough improvement to realize he was on the right track, but…
His stomach issues did not completely go away for several more years.
Right after our honeymoon, I really tried to learn how to cook great GF meals we’d both love to eat.
I experimented with GF bread mixes, learned to make meals with out Campbell’s Cream of Mushroom soup and mourned the loss of biscuits, Oreos and Papa John’s pizza.
Even though my efforts significantly improved John’s symptoms, I wasn’t satisfied.
Honestly, it wasn’t until I was diagnosed with IBS and a wheat allergy, shortly after I gave birth to our son, that I made the no-turning-back decision to figure out how to create our old favorites, (bread, pizza, and cake) deliciously… the Gluten Free way.
Gluten free seems natural to us now after all these years. I don’t miss wheat and there really aren’t many foods that I haven’t found a GF version or figured out to make it myself.
However, we both remember how aggravating it seemed to eat gluten free; to walk the aisles of a grocery store realizing we couldn’t eat about 90% of the food on the shelves!
We’ve enjoyed gluten free life for over nine years now and both of us have zero symptoms since we learned how to NOT eat gluten and we feel great!
Every Friday night is pizza night at our home, and we often have homemade pancakes, waffles, scones and bagels for breakfast. Fresh vegetables and fruits are in abundance.
We know exactly what we’re eating for supper every night and our pantry, refrigerator and freezer are stocked with all of the foods we need.
And we do all of this with three small children at home and both of us working.
We share these facts not to impress you, but to impress upon you that we are more than capable of helping you love your new GF life just as we have for countless others.
We can’t even tell you how much time Mary Frances spent trying to figure out what to feed us.
She looked online, in cookbooks, read books at the library, talked to friends, you name it. If there was even a hint of something showing her the way to a GF life, Mary Frances was on it searching, sorting and putting her list together.
She probably spent 5 to 10 hours each week just trying to figure out what to feed us!
The biggest problem…
There wasn’t ONE SOURCE for information with everything we needed to know.
She had to get bits and pieces from a lot of different places to figure out how to feed us good, healthy, GF food on a daily basis.
And it’s all in one place.
One of the biggest issues with not eating gluten is doing it faithfully every day. When I was a tax accountant, I did great about staying gluten free most of the time (might this sound familiar?).
Unfortunately, every year March and April would roll around, bringing the busy tax season along, and I would get so busy that I barely had time to think, much less time to make sure I was eating right. I would be hungry, but with deadlines looming there was no time to find any gluten free alternatives to the pizza, pasta or sandwiches in the break room.
I think pretty much every person trying to live GF can relate to my story, and you know how bad you feel after eating gluten.
If you’re nodding your head, then you need The Gluten Free Survival Guide.
I’ll show you how to handle these situations so that you can stay gluten free. No more cheating, ever.
Let’s face it, for most people; one of the more cringe-inducing aspects of eating gluten is a problem “down there” (I’m pointing in the general area of my tummy).
It’s not pretty, it’s sure not fun, but we’ve all been there.
That uncomfortable feeling you get when you suddenly realize (in church, or class, or at your friend’s dinner party) that you’ve been gluten-ed.
What do you need to know to avoid having this happen? You’ll find, on Page 34, ideas giving you a plan, a way to stand up for yourself and how to be prepared for temptation.
Mary Frances and her family have “been there, done that” and have lived to tell the tale. Switching to a truly gluten free lifestyle isn’t easy, but the steps outlined in this book make it MUCH easier to accomplish than going it alone. The Survival Guide is well worth the price and the time needed to implement the lifestyle. Plus, my stomach, for the first time in years, agrees with me!”
Just wait until you see these…
I promise you – not only will you come away from them with a much better understanding of what if really takes to live Gluten Free, you’ll have a new level of confidence when it come to preparing meals and snacks for you and your family… and how simple it is to put them together.
It focuses on what you need to learn and tips and practical strategies to help you plan more effectively so living a GF life is simple, easy and rewarding.
Here’s a brief peek at what you’ll learn:
22 recipes converted from my Mother and Grandmother’s recipe cards, community cookbooks, family cookbooks, Garden Clubs and PTAs, to name a few, that I cook for my family all the time.
Put together with variations of many of the recipes giving you a larger variety all in an easy to print format so you can add them to your own kitchen and have them handy.
There are also ideas for 32 easy suppers for those nights when you want to cook something that doesn’t really require a recipe.
Talk about making things easy, Mary Frances and John have created the Gluten Free Toolkit to make meal planning and shopping easier with their Meal Plan Worksheet. You just print it out, fill in your weekly menu choices, create your grocery list and head off to the store well armed with the list of things to get for a full weeks’ worth of meals.
This 7 day – Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner worksheet makes putting meals together quick, fast and easy.
You’ve probably heard about keeping a Food Journal, but have you ever taken the time to actually keep one?
A Food Journal will help you spot patterns on how your body reacts to certain foods. so you can learn which foods help you feel great and which don’t.
Food Journals are also a terrific way to keep you from falling in a food rut (eating the same things over and over and over) by showing you what you’re eating and what you’ve been eating. Includes an example to follow so you can get started right away.
Our personal take on how the book shows you where and what to eat when dining out. Triumph Dining covers:
Every GF family needs to know which ingredients are safe to consume in their every day lives.
Print it out and take it with you on your trips to the grocery store. It’ll save you time and stomach ache and that’s a great thing.
The super cheat sheet for Gluten-Free shopping. Select a recipe (all ingredients are included for each recipe), cross off ingredients you already have, mark the ones you need and off to the grocery store with menu and items together in one easy to read location. These sheets are simple to print off and carry with you.
It doesn’t get much easier than this!
Eating Gluten-Free may leave you missing the vitamins and minerals you would get eating another way. This inclusive list of vitamins and minerals shows you the nutrient and which naturally gluten free foods you can eat to get these essential nutrients from. A quick and easy reference for you.
Listen in as Mary Frances reads through The GLUTEN FREE Survival Guide. It never hurts to have another way to learn.
Simply download to your computer, transfer to your MP3 player and you can take it with you! Listen in your car, at the beach or park, taking a walk… anywhere you can listen to your iPod or MP3 player.
No question, between our collection of The GLUTEN Free Survival Guide and the eight bonuses that have been created especially for you, The GLUTEN FREE Survival Guide will be a life-transforming experience for you.
What is this kind of advice worth?
It’s hard to put a number on it, really.
After all, if you make the effort and follow this plan, it could easily be the difference between a “comfortable” life and a brilliant one … the difference between having to keep figuring out what you can eat (and finding out the hard way you shouldn’t have) and having literally all your meals put together and ready to go.
What would you pay for that? Doctors charge tens of thousands of dollars for office visits and medicines — and people happily pay it.
But don’t worry …
This comprehensive gluten-free program won’t cost you near that much. Or even a fraction of it.
So what will you pay to own The GLUTEN FREE Survival Guide Silver Package, will all of these added bonuses:
Amazingly, just $23 for everything.
However, if you’d like to bump your lifestyle up to the truly spectacular, then it’s time to go for the GOLD!
The GLUTEN FREE Survival Guide GOLD Package – complete with Mary Frances and John’s collection of:
Amazingly, just $27 for everything in the GOLD Package.
Why such a fantastic value?
Well, we already told you how we think this is a natural “leg” in the journey we’re on together … a way for you to parlay the new knowledge you’re receiving (or soon will be receiving) into a brilliant lifestyle for yourself … so you can get back to enjoying those things you thought were out of your reach if that’s what you want to do.
But also, the timing couldn’t be better, given Mary Frances’ newest mission in her life, which is to teach people the real and proven ways to get healthy with Gluten-Free.
Remember — as a gluten free individual, you have a very unique opportunity.
You can choose how much or how little of your time you want to dedicate to learning about removing gluten from your life.
You can focus on developing your new found culinary skills and keep learning more as your skills improve.
You can take on more difficult recipes and eat the foods you thought lost to you if you want to …
No matter how you look at it — you have control over how much you go gluten free and how much you add to your life.
But with a smart learning strategy, you truly can turn this guide into a personal reclaiming of the way you want to eat.
And this Guide is your blueprint for doing it.
Let me quickly recap everything you get with your GOLD package (when you decide on this incredible offer):
The Gluten Free Survival Guide, one source for gluten free living
A $99 value
The Essential GLUTEN FREE Cookbook, the tried and true equivalent of family favorites
A $37 Value
The simple to use Meal Plan Worksheet, make meal planning and shopping easier
A $29 Value
The Food Journal Template, a terrific way to keep you from falling in a rut
A $17 Value
The conclusive review of Triump Dining’s “The Essential GLUTEN-FREE Restaurant Guide”, our personal take on where and what to eat when dining out
A $47 Value
Safe & Unsafe Ingredients, which ingredients are safe to consume
A $27 Value
Our Complete Meal Planner, the super cheat sheet for Gluten-Free shopping
A $49 Value
Straightforward Nutrition Checklist, inclusive list of vitamins and minerals
A $17 Value
Audio Recording of The GLUTEN FREE Survival Guide, it never hurts to have another way to learn
A $27 Value
That’s 10 amazing resources that can transform your knowledge of what successful GLUTEN-FREE Cooking is all about and have a profound impact on your future health — a $349 value — all for just one payment of:
Plus, if for any reason what-so-ever you’re not absolutely thrilled with this exciting new program – even if you’ve had it and tried it for a full year – simply call us up and we’ll give you a 100% REFUND – no questions asked.
Once your order is processed, you’ll receive download access and instructions for The GLUTEN FREE Survival Guide including all bonuses you’re to receive (depending on your choice of package).
We’ll add your name to our newsletter so you’re set you up as a subscriber and send you everything you’re entitled to, including:
You’ll get all the “how to and where” details concerning everything in a special welcome email from Mary Frances shortly after you make your purchase.
The important thing is that you take advantage of this offer now.
This is a super deal. Remember, The GLUTEN FREE Survival Guide, alone is a $99 value — and our collection of 8 bonuses could easily be sold as a series of seven “special reports” and and audio recording totaling $250. That alone puts the value of this offer at $349 …
Please don’t delay.
Now’s the time to make the decision to live gluten free… with happiness… feeling better… and healing your body. You owe it to yourself to give the Guide a try.
Order your SILVER or GOLD Package of The GLUTEN FREE Survival Guide today — and take a very large step towards living Gluten Free for life.
Mary Frances and John Pickett
The Gluten Free Cooking School